Val di Fiemme

Situated at the border between South Tyrol and Trentino, the Val di Fiemme Valley is also called the "gate to the Dolomites".Skiurlaub Obereggen.

Framed by the Lagorai mountain chain in the south, the Pala group in the East and the Latemar Massif in the north, the Val di Fiemme Valley offers extensive ski runs and a great cross-country trail net. Ski enthusiasts, sun adorers and friends of the traditional kitchen will enjoy this ski region just in front of the great Dolomites scenery.

Already in 1110 A.D. the Val di Fiemme Valley was considered kind of a republic. "Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme" was the name of the valley. Now the Val di Fiemme Valley is a part of the Trentino region and it is renowned for its  rural traditions, cuisine and architecture. But there are also some aristocratic buildings: for example the Palazzo in Cavalese, where also the bishops of Trentino used to spend their summer holidays. Since 1850 the Palazzo has been the representative seat of the valley community.

On Alpe Cermis – Cavalese’s local mountain - there are usually very good snow conditions. The great view to the most famous peaks of the Dolomites directly from the slopes also contributes to a perfect ski-day.

Just above Predazzo the Val di Fiemme Valley is connected with the ski resort Latemar. Another gateway into the ski resort Latemar is in Pampeago. Beginners usually ski on the sunny southern ski runs of the Alpe Lusia above Bellamonte.

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Ski lifts
Ski tow: 7
Chairlifts: 29
Cable-cars: 7
Cable cars: 0
Cable railways: 0
Magic carpets: 1
In total: 44 Ski lifts
Ski runs
39.8 km
51.3 km
18 km
0 km
Lit up ski runs: 4 km
Sea level
1000 - 2517m
Skiing season
Start of the season
End of the season
3 Fun park
-0 Halfpipe
-0 Jumps
-0 Boxes
-0 Rails
0 Ski lodges and restaurants
0 Après-ski bars
Number of chilren's parks: 4
Ski rental
Day ticket: 36 EUR
5 days: 150 EUR
Day ticket: n.A.
5 days: n.A.
Day ticket: 32.5 EUR
5 days: 135 EUR
Blanket rate